At the Florida National High Adventure Sea Base, you can explore the clear waters of the Florida Keys and the Caribbean by watercraft and sailboat. You also can snorkel and scuba dive among schools of brilliantly colored tropical fish, investigate a primitive island, search for shipwrecks, cast your fishing line in the Gulf Stream waters, practice wind surfing, and study the marine life of North America’s only living coral reef.
The home of the BSA’s Florida Sea Base is on Islamorada Key, one of the string of islands stretching from the Florida mainland to Key West. Outposts on Summerland Key, on Great Abaco Island in the Bahamas, and on St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands allow Scouts to extend the range of their voyages along shore reefs and far into open water for exciting journeys throughout the year.
The Florida Sea Base website is bsaseabase.org
— The Boy Scout Handbook